Hockey Canada Suspension List, 2010 All-Ontario PeeWee AAA Championship, 2009-10 (Huron-Perth Lakers AAA Minor Hockey Association)

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Hockey Canada Minor Hockey Minimum Suspension Chart

This chart is to be used at all Regional, Provincial and National Championships in 2010.



* NEW per Hockey Canada bulletin A10-32.

 

MATCH PENALTIES

Butt-Ending (when a Match penalty is assessed)

3 Games

Deliberate Attempt to Injure

3 Games

Deliberate Injury

Indefinite Suspension

Grabbing the Facemask (when a Match penalty is assessed)

3 Games

Hair Pulling (when a Match penalty is assessed)

3 Games

Head Butting

3 Games

Kicking

3 Games

Molesting Officials

Indefinite Suspension

Spearing (when a Match penalty is assessed)

3 Games

Spitting at an opponent, team official or game official

3 games

Gross Misconduct

2 Games

Game Misconduct – Verbal Abuse of Official (Rule 9.2)

2 Games

Checking From Behind

Where a Major Penalty and Game Misconduct is assessed

1 Game

 

Checking From Behind

Where a Match Penalty is assessed

4 Games

 

Checking to the Head

Where a Major Penalty and Game Misconduct is assessed

1 Game

 

Checking to the Head

Where a Match Penalty is assessed

4 Games

 

 

FIGHTING RULE 6.7

* Any player who engages in their 1st fight in a season.

Game Misconduct + 1 Game

Any player who engages in their 1st fight in a season which occurs within the last 10 minutes of regular time or any time in overtime, or at the conclusion of the game.

Game Misconduct + 2 Games

* Any player who engages in their 2nd fight in a season.

Game Misconduct + 2 Games

Any player who engages in their 2nd fight in a season which occurs within the last 10 minutes of regular time or any time in overtime, or at the conclusion of the game.

Game Misconduct + 3 Games

* Any player who engages in their 3rd fight in a season.

Indefinite suspension

Third (3rd) man in a fight  (Rule 6.7 (c))

2 Games

Any player receiving a fighting major penalty, which is a result of a second or subsequent fight during the same stoppage of play.

2 Games

                                                                                                                                                               

REMOVING HELMET INFRACTIONS

* Any player who remove their chinstraps before or during fights.

Game Misconduct + 1 Game

* If a player removes his helmet and releases his chinstrap to fight and the opposing player doesn't, the former gets an additional two-minute minor penalty.

Game Misconduct + 1 Game

 

* If the player removes his opponent’s helmet or releases the chinstrap before or during a fight.

Game Misconduct + 1 Game

 

LEAVING THE BENCH RULE 9.5

* Any player identified as the first to leave the players’ bench during a fight. (Rule 9.5 (b))

2 Games

 

* Any player identified as the first to leave the penalty bench during a fight. (Rule 9.5 (b & d))

3 Games

 

* The Coach of the team whose player is penalized under the above two points.

3 Games

 

The Coach whose player left the player bench but is not identified as the first to leave the players or penalty bench during an on ice altercation. (Rule 9.5 (c) )

1 Game

 

Any player identified as being the first to leave the players bench to start a fight.

3 Games

 

The Coach of the team whose player is penalized under the above two points.

3 Games

                1st OFFENCE

Game Misconduct

                2nd OFFENCE

2 games

                3rd OFFENCE

3 games

 

PRE/POST GAME ALTERCATIONS

Any player involved where majors and game misconducts are assessed

2 games

Coach of a team whose players are so penalized

Indefinite suspension

Any team involved in a pre or post game brawl

Indefinite suspension

 

Where a player or team official is penalized under these sanctions in a Regional series or tournament, and then is subsequently penalized at the National tournament, then additional sanctions may be imposed by the Hockey Canada Vice-Chairman or the Hockey Canada Representative. It is to be understood that all suspensions come into effect immediately. The filing of a grievance or an appeal does not delay the serving of a suspension.

 

The Tournament Directorate, which is chaired by the Hockey Canada Representative, should convene as soon as possible to respond to indefinite suspensions.

 

The Tournament Directorate shall be convened to respond to an official team request that concerns an improper application of a playing rule. It is to be understood that a hearing will not be convened by the Tournament Directorate to discuss a referee’s judgement call (i.e. if the call is a Match penalty for Spearing, then the 3 game suspension shall apply).

 

With the exception of decisions made in response to “Indefinite Suspensions”, all discipline decisions made by the Tournament Directorate and/or Hockey Canada Representative shall be the final Hockey Canada decision.

 

Tournament Directorate decisions that are made in response to an indefinite suspension may be appealed to the Chairperson of Hockey Canada. It is to be understood that the time required for the Chairperson to respond might exceed the tournament or series.

 

Any incident requiring the aforementioned disciplinary actions are to be reported on the back of the Game Sheet by the referee.  All such game sheets are to be faxed the next day to the host Branch of Hockey Canada. 

 

An official report of suspensions assessed during a Regional Championship shall be forwarded by the Hockey Canada representative for the series to the Hockey Canada Minor Council Director immediately following the series.

 

An official report of suspensions and/or sanctions shall be sent by the Hockey Canada Representative to the Executive Director of the appropriate Branch. The report shall include any “balance owing” for games or other sanctions.

 

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